Windows 10 allows to assign pagefile sizes for individual logical drives. In my case, both the main boot SSD and an extra SSD have their entire size dedicated to a single logical drive each.
Now I've been hearing throughout the years that using RAIDs is beneficial to overall system IO performance, but I'd like to keep my drives separate in case a failure occurs in either of them. If possible, I'd like to get the benefits of summing the performance of the 2 separate drives to increase the IO performance of pagefile usage in Windows.
Does Windows 10 make use of the fact that 2 pagefiles are located on 2 different drives well enough out of the box that I don't need to do anything special? Or would I need at least a software RAID to gain any IO benefits? Or would that still not be enough and a hardware RAID would be needed for best pagefile IO boost?